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 Chlorophyll(100ml) Ultra Concentrate

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Chlorophyll(100ml) Ultra Concentrate
CODE: PN32

Price: $18.45

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Flavoured Liquid Chlorophyll Ingredients
Pure Filtered Water
Chlorophyll Concentrate from English Alfalfa (Medicago sativa)
Spearmint Essential Oil (Mentha viridis)
Methyl Paraben derived from salt (less than 0.01%)

Dosage Forms
Chlorophyll is available in Spearmint flavoured which is Certified Kosher and Parve, and are available in 500ml and 1000ml safety sealed bottles.

Indications
Pure-Li Natural Chlorophyll is indicated for strengthening of the body and blood, as well as overall health improvement. Chlorophyll is the pinnacle of health products. It is a food, cleanser, energizer and healer all at the same time. As a source of health, it has no equal. It aids the body in the removal of toxins, while at the same time providing needed minerals.

Contraindications
Pure-Li Natural Chlorophyll is safe for use both internally and externally. It has no known contraindications.

Therapeutic Indications
Required for life as we know it to exist, chlorophyll is the deep, dark green pigment found in plants. In a process called photosynthesis, chlorophyll converts light energy from the sun into chemical energy, while releasing oxygen into the atmosphere. The energy is then stored in the plant as carbohydrates and used by animals and humans when eaten. This is the means by which energy enters the food chain.

For many years the primary use of chlorophyll was as a colouring agent. Its rich green colour enhances many products from soap to candy, and has also been used as an internal deodorant and mouthwash. 1

Recently its use as a supplement has undergone investigation. It was found that "Chlorophyll is a natural source of magnesium and several trace elements." 2

Chlorophyll is often referred to as "green blood" and "oxygenated sunshine." These nicknames refer to chlorophyll's similarity in make-up to human blood and its high oxygen level.3 Chlorophyll is remarkably similar to hemoglobin, the red pigment in our blood. The difference is that hemoglobin is composed of a protein complex surrounding a single iron atom, in chlorophyll a similar complex surrounds a single magnesium atom.4

The discovery of this similarity led doctors in Germany to use chlorophyll in cases of anemia with very promising results. Research performed at Temple University in Philadelphia around the same time found "The green solution (chlorophyll) seemed to thicken and strengthen the walls of cells in living animals". That finding logically led them to ask, "Might not chlorophyll be useful in helping the body combat bacterial invaders?"5

Further research into chlorophyll's antiseptic qualities led to a startling discovery; chlorophyll had no antiseptic properties of its own. Chlorophyll does, however, have the ability to aid animal tissue in combating and killing germs. By strengthening the tissue chlorophyll increases the disease resistance of cells and, at the same time, inhibits the growth of bacteria.6

Chlorophyll's action as a healer is nothing short of remarkable. Time after time it has proven itself to be gentle to the body while it is devastating to infections. Chlorophyll has been observed to combat deep-lying infections, cleanse open wounds, relieve chronic sinus conditions, and exile common colds.7

Chlorophyll is able to help the body because of its great mineral content. It is high in iron, potassium, magnesium, and copper. The iron in chlorophyll attracts oxygen, which aids in the treatment of anemia and rejuvenates the thyroid. Potassium plays a key role in good heart health while helping the body build and maintain muscle. Copper helps build the bloodstream and is vital for overall health. These minerals occur naturally within chlorophyll, allowing them to be readily absorbed by the body.8

Chlorophyll is both food and healer. As a source of health, it has no equal. Studying chlorophyll, Bernard Jensen created a list summarizing its major benefits9:


 Builds a high blood count

 Provides iron to organs

 Counteracts toxins

 Improves anemic conditions

 Cleans and deodorizes bowel tissue

 Helps purify the liver

 Aids hepatitis improvement

 Improves blood sugar problems (diabetes)

 Aids asthma improvement

 Benefits inflamed tonsils

 Soothes painful hemorrhoids and piles

 Revitalizes vascular system in the legs

 Reduces inflammation pain

 Improves milk production

 Helps sores heal faster

 Eliminates body odors

 Resists bacterial infections in wounds

 Cleans tooth and gum structures

 Improves nasal functioning

 Relieves sore throat

 Makes an excellent throat gargle

 Soothes ulcerous tissue

 Improves varicose veins



Storage
Chlorophyll should be stored in a cool, dry area until it is required.

Usage
For overall good health:
Adults: Add 1-3 tablespoons of liquid chlorophyll to water or juice daily, or take 1-3 capsules daily.
Children 4 and up: Drink tablespoon in water or juice daily, or take 1 capsule daily.

As a mouthwash & Gargle:
Add one tablespoonful of liquid chlorophyll to cup of water and rinse or gargle thoroughly.

Externally:
Soak cotton or bandages thoroughly in liquid chlorophyll prior to applying to wounds.

Complimentary Therapies
Proper nutrition is vital to good health. Drink plenty of water (at least 8 glasses daily) and juice instead of coffee, tea or sodas. Try to avoid synthetic ingredients, highly concentrated in prepared or packaged foods, and take a well-balanced multivitamin and mineral supplement.


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